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(Updates from 10:35 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Monday.
CME Group's(CME - Get Report) price target was raised by Jeffries and UBS but the stock has barely budged. Cramer said this just adds to the reasons why this market is "anemic." CME closed 1.2% higher at $68.77.
Credit Suisse says to buy
LinkedIn(LNKD - Get Report) and Cramer again pointed to the anemic price action that stocks are having with good news. LNKD fell 1.4% to $165.12.
Plum Creek Timber(PCL - Get Report) and other timber stocks have been horrendous, according to Cramer, but this one "may be catching a bid." PCL rose 1.4% to $48.35.
SodaStream(SODA - Get Report) is not a fad, according to Barclays. Cramer agreed, noting, "this time it's sticking." SODA had some pop, up 8.2% to $69.06.
VMware(VMW - Get Report) will likely see increased competition from
Microsoft(MSFT), which has Cramer worried. "Look out, VMware," he concluded. VMW ended Monday down 2.4% to $69.40.
Colonial Properties'(CLP) high yield, REITs have been horrendous, according to Cramer. He is not enthusiastic about the stock. CLP was up 5.7% at $23.37.
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